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My answer is not a direct solution to the problem but definitely a solution that solved plenty of my other problems with TeXMaker. I recommend switching to TeXStudio, which is a fork of TeXMaker so it has the same functionality as TeXMaker plus a few extra things. The pdf search works fine there, at least on my machine.


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A more updated answer; the best shot for switching to Preview.app is, in viewPDF.py, to set: if s == "Darwin": viewercmd = ["open", "-a", "Preview"] With this, after compiling, you should be able to execute window.run_command("view_pdf") in the console and it should open the generated pdf with Preview. Then, in makePDF.py, change: if ...


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I would advice to install the free reader SumatraPDF, which is the best choice for TeX files: it doesn't lock the .pdf files when you recompile, allows for direct and inverse search (don't know if this is important for LyX, but in a traditional TeX editor, it lets you go back and forth between a point in the .pdf and the corresponding line of code), is very ...


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I managed to overcome this problem by setting foxit reader as a default program for .pdf files. For some reason, win10 by itself had set internet explorer edge as the default program for .pdf files. In order to do so, do the followings: (This procedure works on win10. I assume that these steps are similar also for win7 and win8) control panel --> ...


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The answer is here: plain xetex page labels. And here's a minimal example in plain TeX. (It's minimal if you ignore the fish.) \pageno-1 Page minus 1. \vfill\eject Page minus 2. \vfill\eject \special{pdf: docview << /PageLabels << /Nums[0 <</S /r>> 2 <</S /D>>] >> >> } \special{pdf: docinfo << /Author ...


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Other answers have solved the problem so just for completeness' sake, inkscape is a free vector editing program that can import PDF, it has extensive support for dimensions, rulers and measurements. I frequently make use of it to measure layouts, match fonts and similar work.


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In evince (a Gnome PDF viewer apparently), I found that there was no Back button by default, but you just have to right-click on the toolbar area, and a toolbar settings menu comes up. You click on that and then drag a Back button to the toolbar area. In operation, you click on this Back button in evince, and it gives a menu of all of the previous pages you ...


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Try replacing the file pdfview.exe on your PC with this one: http://ftp.lyx.de/LyX%202.1.3/pdfview.exe Usually it is located in the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.1\bin



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